A town in Bavaria has sent a bus with illegal migrants to Angela Merkel in Berlin in protest at her unilateral open country sanctuary policy.
Local government official Peter Dreier threatened in October to send busloads of migrants to Merkel. He said Bavarian authorities were overwhelmed by the sheer number of illegal migrants they were expected to care for, and suggested Merkel should take responsibility for the people she had personally invited without asking parliament or her party.
Numerous senior judges have said that Merkel has violated the constitution.
The first bus with 50 illegal migrants set off from Landshut at 9 am this morning and will arrive at the Chancellory in Berlin sometime later this afternoon.
The plan to go to stay with Merkel was discussed with the illegal migrants, and they all gave their consent. Peter Dreier is accompanying them on the bus.
Well, dear readers, it will be interesting to see just how welcoming Merkel is to the 50 migrants when they arrive on her doorstep. Will there be selfies? Coffee and cake in the Chancellory? The offer to stay overnight there or at her home? Or will they be left to freeze to death on the streets of Berlin?